Mr. LUDGER DIONNE (Beauce):
Mr. Speaker, I rise to a question of privilege. At the outset may I crave the indulgence of this house, on whose generosity I hope I can count, to make a statement with reference to the extensively publicized question of the one hundred Polish girls whom I have brought to Canada. I consider it my duty to inform the house and the people as to the exact facts pertaining to this matter. If my colleagues r.nd Your Honour will kindly permit me to do so, I shall immediately proceed with my statement. It will take me about thirty minutes.
Subtopic: MR. DIONNE-STATEMENT RESPECTING POLISH GIRLS BROUGHT TO CANADA